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to improve their english and talk positively about the government's new outlook. >> wno 0-- [indiscernible] convocation hall where u.s. president barack obama spoke last year can be painted. a superstitious government has kept it mainly bear. -- bare. >> a quick look at some other world news. a volcano in mexico has sent a dense cloud of ash over the central state of puebla. about one million people live within the radius of the volcano. it has been spewing ash almost daily since 1994. first woman to undergo a womb transplant is now pregnant according to the hospital where she had the transplant. she has been getting in vitro fertilization since then. is leaving fort a trip to three african nations, including the world's fourth largest ukrainian producer. he will also visit but name and ghana -- benin and ghana. money, some say it makes the world go round. might be debatable. money or the lack of it is something people all around the world have in common. we have reports on how people are struggling to make ends meet. afghanistan's official unemployment is around 8%. although that number i
't think there are as many fixed anchors. another important thing is that the package that obama put together cleverly is, in essence, the deal he made with boehner more than a year ago, so he's coming back to that and he's in a position to say to republicans,he look, the country wants this. you already agreed to it once. what do you mean you're not accept it? and i think that gives him leverage in this. chris: focusing on the wealthy. the wealthy and saying we're already there. you're now reneging on the deal that you made. it isn't clear that the country actually really wants entitlement reform. if you look at all the -- chris: they never do. >> they never do. the only thing they want cuts to is foreign aid. it's never medicare or social security. chris: general government. on abuse. >> a really hard sell. line thet's bottom question about a grand bargain. we asked the matthews meter, 12 theur regulars, will president's budget plan with its offer on social security cuts bargain?yield a grand i hate these. it's a tie. i hate them. of them, ofand one the six yeses, the only optimism,
kerry has it right. we're willing to step forward but we want to see positive measures from the north koreans that bring down the harsh and hot rhetoric we've heard so often. >> chris: senator cornyn, a year ago you accused the obama administration of a policy of apiecement towards north korea. how do you think they're handling the situation? >> a i'm not for paying kim jung un ransom. i'm convinced he'll make a mistake or something would happen which would result in the kind of conflict that dick alluded to. i don't see that this policy of paying ransom has been successful. it's a bad movie. we keep seeing reruns. >> chris: senator durbin, you're chairing a hearing this week about the president's drone policy. do you think that congress should have a role deciding when, where, and who the u.s. strikes with drones? >> yes, i do. i think the constitution's clear. the founding fathers said the people of america will decide when we go through war through members of congress. the drones are a new technology but an age-old question, when is america at war? how far can the war go? who are t
think secretary kerry has it right. we are willing to step forward but we want to see positive measures from the north koreans that bring down the harsh and hot rhetoric that we have heard so often in the last few weeks. >> chris: senator cornyn a year ago you accused of obama administration of a policy of appeasement your words towards north korea. how do you think you are handling the current. >> i'm not for paying a leader like kim jong un a ransom. i'm concerned heel make a mistake or something could happen which could result in the kind of conflict that dick just alluded to. none of us wants that. i don't see that this policy of paying a ransom just to get him to tone down rhetoric has been successful. just sort of like a bad movie and we keep seeing the reruns. >> chris: finally, 30 seconds left. senator durbin. you are chairing a hear this week about the president's drone policy. do you think congress should have a role in deciding when and where and who the u.s. strikes with drones? >> yes, do i. and i think the constitution is clear. the fonding fathers said the people of ameri
the future. this program made us more optimistic about the future and more positive about where our country is going. >> every day, they are working together. justin -- justice kagan is able to go hunting with justice scalia. it happens every single day. president obama was saying our country has always been in turmoil throughout its history. we have always found a way to get through it. i am not saying insulin not worried about the future and we do not have problems we need to fix -- say i am not worried about the future and we do not have problems we need to fix, but we all want to make a difference for this country. i believe we will be able to solve the problems we face today. >> each year, high school students across the country in washington as part of the senate youth program. leadersk, they met with from all three branches of government. here there insights from the week tonight at 8:00 p.m. on c- span's "q & a." " "washington journal continues. is from thesnyder council on foreign relations. let me to share with you some news since the papers. todayory points out that in tokyo, se
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